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Always liked Tony Mowbray as a manager, remember his WBA team down here a few years ago [may have been the return of the Lugster after Holloway went] and they were probably one of the best i've seen at HP. No doubt the Black cats will play a similar type of game and it could be cracker tomorrow, can't see us winning but maybe a draw-Bundu back, Hardie still out.

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Nothing to fear against these northern muppets, got to win our home games due to our abysmal away record. Argyle 2 sunlun 1
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are netflix in town for this game as they are filming a sort of mini series on sunderland again.

will be a tough game and with Hardie out it will be even harder to see where the goals are going to come from if they keep Whittaker quiet which some teams have been successful in doing at times.
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Got a nice feeling about this game
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Another very tough one. If we don't make too many stupid defensive howlers or give the ball away needlessly all the time we could get a point. Think it will be a bit like Boro frantic end to end stuff.

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Got a feeling it could be high scoring game somethink like a 3-2 or a 2-2 just hope we’re on the right end of result ..plus we’re due a win over one of the so called bigger club with played well against most of em so far we due a win
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Yessssssss 1-0 Whittaker cut in and let one of his specials go!! Geddon
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Never in doubt, great win. If we can nick the odd win/draw away from home we'll be ok.
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Great win today. Looked like we were under pressure for quite a while going by the stats. Well done Argyle!

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Brilliant win, under the cosh second half but Bundhu missed not quite a sitter but close to it that wouhave made it 3, defended excellently
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Really good performance today, both going forward and defensively. Only one game I know, but there were no silly mistakes or giving the ball away in dangerous areas. Two great goals again from Whittaker and Azaz and we went in at half time 2 - 0. They had more possession but we were clinical and just about deserved the lead.

Second half, as you would expect, they piled forward but we defended really well and Cooper wasn't really troubled. We had two more great chances on the break, one of those from Mumba or Bundu would have saved some sphincter tightening in the last few minutes, but all was well in the end.

Good performances throughout but Gibson was outstanding at the back, didn't put a foot wrong and has the knack of being in the right place at the right time. Pleggy was solid, Kessler-Hayden was back to his best, and Edwards dealt well with the threat of Jack Clarke, helped out by Cundle.

Excellent 3 points and to keep a clean sheet against one of the better teams was a top effort. We definitely belong in this league.
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its a strange one. happy with the win but i honestly dont get how we won that game and i dont get how sunderland lost it.

ive seen us play better and lose at home and ive seen teams play worse and win so its surreal. We took our chances when we hit them on the break and sunderland played some great football and where on the front foot for most of the game but there execution was poor and thats going to cost them in this league if they dont sort it out in jan they really need a striker.

Waine really does need to hit the gym hes too weak to hold up a challenge in the box from a defender.

pleggy i wasnt that impressed with today gibson however i was. Overall very good home win ad clean sheet against a good side. we move on to what promises to be a boring shitfest with stoke... im digging our my old neck brace ready for afterwards.


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Whittaker has to get goal of the season.  Does the EFL/Championship have a goal of the season?  Unbelievable strike.  Went in to the break looking very comfortable at 2-0.  Second half it was backs to the wall having to defend which Argyle did very well.  Cooper outstanding between the sticks also.  Very important win.  Finally, if Hardie isn't back for Coventry or Stoke then Bundu has to start. Waine just not good enough.
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Roll on Tuesday and Coventry City away, these are the ones we need to win.


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First twenty minutes or so all Sunderland but they didn't really create that many chances and one thing that Argyle do have is the ability of certain players to get goals out of nothing and so it proved again today with two high class strikes from Whittaker and Finn-surprised that teams haven't cottoned on to Morgan cutting in from the right and unleashing with the left, although maybe they have and just can't do anything about it, he certainly can shift the ball very quickly to create his chances. Argyle were pretty much in control until HT after the second goal but a warning was issued when Bellingham clipped the post and that set the pattern for the second half-woodwork struck again, two superb saves from Cooper but most of all some fantastic defending from Argyle with Gibson outstanding. In fact Argyle had two of the better chances on the break squandered by Mumba and Bundu but no complaints, a great win and a point at Coventry would set things up nicely for next Saturday.
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Former Premier League referee makes major red card claim after Sunderland's defeat at Plymouth
A former Premier League referee has said that Sunderland were on the wrong end of a significant refereeing error in their 2-0 defeat to Plymouth

A former Premier League referee has said that Plymouth Argyle should have been reduced to ten men in the first half of their 2-0 win over Sunderland.

Chris Foy, analysis decisions across the EFL weekend for the Sky Sports ref watch feature, said that forward Luke Cundle was fortunate only to receive a yellow card for a challenge which he believed endangered Sunderland full back Trai Hume in the 26th minute

Referee James Bell initially played an advantage for Sunderland, before going back to show Cundle a yellow card. It would have been a significant moment in the game given that Plymouth were leading 1-0 at the time, with Cundle going on to provide the assist for Finn Azaz who doubled the home team's advantage just before the break.

"Although this is a difficult one to spot in real-time, I think the Plymouth Argyle player is fortunate to have only received a yellow card for this challenge," Foy said.

"The challenge is late, with a high point of contact and is made with speed, force and intensity that endangers the safety of an opponent. The tackle is made with studs showing and going into the Sunderland player's leg above the ankle making the ankle buckle. These are the factors a referee will consider when making a decision as to whether it is serious foul play (red card) or just reckless (yellow card). In my opinion, the better outcome would have been to award a red card to the Plymouth Argyle player for serious foul play."
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